Upon the initiative of Georgian Ministry of Education and Science, successful and talented schoolchildren who come from socially vulnerable families have opportunity to study in private schools free of charge.
A third grade pupil Tornike Tabatadze- who is a resident of orphanage will be studying at Georgian-American High school from a new academic year. Minister Dimitri Shashkini accompanied him in person to the new school and presented a portable computer.
Tornike lives in the state funded foster care house. From now on, the mentioned private school administration will manage his studies; provide him with the school textbooks, school uniform, food and transportation.
The private school “Mtisgnobartukhutsesi” was the first s school which got involved in the mentioned project in 2010. This year, Georgian-American High school also joined this initiative.